It has been a long offseason for the New York Jets in a good and a bad way.

However training camp has finally arrived with rookies reporting to camp this week and the veterans the following week. Before you know it football will return and we’ll be hyping you up for the season.

But first, we have to dive into the mailbag so our two experts: Paul ‘Boy Green’ Esden and Michael Obermuller can provide you some intel on what is going on.

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1. Is there any free agents available that we haven’t discussed yet that you’d be willing to give a multi-year deal to?


A multi-year deal huh. That’s a tough one because anyone that’s still currently available is out there on the open market for a reason.

Looking over the list of unsigned free agents, every player is either too old or too unproven to hand two or three years to. An intriguing 2023 dart throw might be Odell Beckham Jr., so long as you could land him on a lucrative deal. Unfortunately, it’s unlikely he’d sign a multi-year deal to a team that’s not considered a contender at this time.

One other player I’d contemplate is run-stuffer Danny Shelton, who’s only 28. The Jets still need help up the gut and Shelton is a much better option than Nathan Shepherd or Jonathan Marshall.

Boy Green:

I thought about this question for a while and the answer might surprise you. I’d give a multi-year deal to Kurt Benkert, the former Green Bay Packers quarterback, and Aaron Rodgers disciple.

The 26-year-old passer got released earlier this offseason on June 17 and remains an unrestricted free agent. Unfortunately, the talented passer got the short end of the stick with all the weirdness in the Packers QB room with Rodgers and former first-rounder Jordan Love.

Now you could be saying to yourself, where the heck would this guy fit on the roster, Paul? Great question I’m glad you asked.

Joe Flacco is older than dirt, Mike White after his hall of fame pop last year has desires to eventually start, and of course, they have hopeful franchise savior in Zach Wilson.

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